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Photo and Story by Robin Duff / Contributing Writer MTSU’s UNICEF club held a screening of the human trafficking documentary titled “Not My Life” on Tuesday to raise awareness about human trafficking victims.  The documentary examined the ways that children are trafficked in countries across the world, including the United States. “(The film) gives a good …

Photo Courtesy of Country Living Story by Tayhlor Stephenson / Staff Writer SPOILER ALERT. Perhaps the most shocking “Nashville” character death thus far, the beloved Rayna Jaymes, played by actress Connie Britton, took one final bow in the midst of the show’s fifth season. Viewers were left gasping for breath as they watched Rayna take her last one. As …

Photo by Tyler Lamb / Sports Editor Middle Tennessee quarterback Brent Stockstill underwent shoulder surgery today and will miss the spring drills, head coach Rick Stockstill announced today. Stockstill got off to a hot start this past season, even breaking the MTSU passing touchdowns record once held by Wes Counts. After suffering a broken collarbone …

Devin P. Grimes / MTSU Sidelines The MTSU baseball team lost a roller coaster of a game Tuesday afternoon in Clarksville against the Austin Peay State University Governors 21-8. The Raiders found themselves in a 9-1 hole heading into the fifth inning when they stormed back to make it a ballgame in the fifth and six. …

Photo by Steve Barnum / Staff Writer Alpha Chi Omega kicked off Domestic Violence Awareness Week on Monday in the Student Union with a Penny War. Payten Buttry, a junior majoring in speech-language pathology and a member of Alpha Chi Omega, broke down the concept of a Penny War. Pennies equal positive points. If a …

Photo by Silas Vassar III via Devin Matthews Story by Shorin Estell / Staff Writer Graduates are usually afraid of what is to come after college. The final coddling stage in life has ended, and many feel unsure. Student loans become an actual thing, and they make you think long and hard about whether or not …